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Women Receives Threatening Letter From Church Over Sinful Lifestyle After Missing Services
This is just bad strategy.
You probably forgot about the gay white supremacist flash-in-the-pan named Milo Yiannopoulos immediately after his social media deplatforming several years ago. (It was perhaps the best evidence yet that deplatforming hate speech is for the common good.) But like any adaptable attention seeker facing extinction, Yiannopoulos figured out how to rebrand himself for a new audience. Meet Milo 2.0, the “sodomy free” Catholic.
Bible teacher Beth Moore has vocally opposed the racism and support of Donald Trump that is rampant among her fellow Southern Baptists, but she just made a substantial demonstration of her disapproval by quitting the Southern Baptist Convention altogether. She’ll be just fine. The same can’t be said about the SBC.
By passing the COVID relief bill, Democrats in Congress have now done more to allow churches to safely reopen for in-person services than Republicans have over the past year. Just saying.
Not only did televangelist Pat Robertson not flinch at this outrageous question about babies being demonically possessed, he cranked the madness up to 11 by damning the baby of a “generational curse” to hell.
The Christian founders of a Missouri boarding school have been arrested on 102 collective counts of abuse and sexual assault against the young women who were in their custody. The local Sheriff’s Department opened an investigation after being tipped off by viral TikTok videos that detailed abuse allegations — including many shared by their own daughter.
This is a real ad appearing in a real Christian magazine dedicated to “Multiracial Reckoning.”
The West Sparta Church of Christ in Middle Tennessee seemingly has nothing better to do than spy on a church member’s private life and write her a threatening letter after it was discovered she’s in “a living arrangement that is not Biblical.”
Texas HB 3326, filed by State Rep. Bryan Slaton, seeks to charge women who have abortions and the doctors who perform them with homicide, which is punishable by execution in Texas. The definition of “pro-life” continues to take on new meaning…